jostle


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the act of jostling (forcing your way by pushing)

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make one's way by jostling, pushing, or shoving

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come into rough contact with while moving

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Significantly, Houlihan's has sustained a high level of participation on the Jostle platform, currently more than 79 percent measured monthly, creating a vibrant community of franchise owners, restaurant managers and head office staff.
JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE: JPM) and the Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) continue to jostle for the top spot in the ranking of the 50 largest banks in the country by total assets.
Our ability to hear is made possible by way of a Rube Goldberg-style process in which sound vibrations entering the ear shake and jostle a successive chain of structures until, lo and behold, they are converted into electrical signals that can be interpreted by the brain.
Poor design fuels discipline problems as pupils jostle each other and become aggressive in narrow corridors, members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) said.
The success of the Hamburg Triennial has meant that temporarily rented-out shop units, commercial firms, private galleries, schools, parks and theatres, now jostle to present themes initiated by interior designers, musicians, landscape architects, engineers, artists, photographers, socio-pedagogic groups and students, alongside the academically curated exhibitions in public museums.
They jostle for tax dollars, fight turf wars, even spy on each other.
It is one of the city's landmark sights, a bustling thoroughfare where flower stalls and performance artists jostle for space.
Drinking songs, such as the title track and the delightful Half Past Dead, jostle for attention with more thoughtful fare, Belfast 14 reflecting on a childhood amid the Troubles, and both Green Fields Of France and the Thin Lizzy-like Right To Fight set amid the horror of the Great War.
The First Minister was relatively quiet throughout the evening, apart from a verbal jostle with Julie Kirkbride.
They say that in group pens, sows bite and jostle each other, which can cause abortions.
And we can still jostle and be jostled on the crowded praying field, in relation with other humans, striving to understand that which is beyond us and seeking relation with the Other-than-human.
McNally purposely tries to let his own life story and that of the historical Jesus coexist in time, so that references to Elvis Presley and Lucille Ball jostle Roman centurions and the garden at Gethsemane.
Worry and approval will not obstruct us then, only sadness, her soft blue-white body at once vanished and beneath my skin, a blessing of her weakness, my left leg tingling before I jostle it awake.
FRENZY: Dozens of twitchers jostle for position to see the bird
Finally, like Tudor, she has two lovers jostle for the protagonist's heart--the sexually masterful Dark Beloved (Christophe Jeannot) and the companionable Poetic Beloved (Tadej Brdnik)--both of whom she ultimately rejects.